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Soul Hunger: The Feeling Human Being and the Life Sciences
Hell, Daniel
Daimon Verlag / Softcover / 2010-05-01 / 3856307303
Archetypal (Jungian) Psychology
price: $38.50 (may be subject to change)
368 pages
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To be “soul-filled” has become an expression for intense sensations and experiences. And yet, aren't human beings emotional creatures, feeling impaired when psychological perceptions become dulled? Among the chapters: “A Short History of the Soul Diseased Soul,” “The Body of the Soul Is Emotional,” and “The Shamed Shame Depression: Discouraged Feeling."

Swiss psychiatrist, Prof. Daniel Hell, directed the famed Burgholzli Psychiatric Clinic in Zurich for many years. This book, discussing the role of the soul in human existence, is one of the primary fruits of his devoted labors.

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